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Award-winning journalist & transgender superstar preps for Trans Scripts at A.R.T.
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In the Bay Area, queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) have managed to carve out communities, safe spaces, and even arts organizations, despite rapid gentrification that has made San Francisco the most expensive rental market in the country.
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Performed as an interactive exercise that allows no one to maintain a distance, the show is a sharp reminder of the persuasive powers of live theater.
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As she got older, Porkalob realized the power of storytelling and theater to bring people together, both to entertain, but also to make them think about the world around them.
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Throughout this compelling play, “actorvist” Keith A. Wallace is in direct conversation with theatergoers — improvisational shit-talking, he calls it — to inspire radical empathy about how police violence traumatizes African Americans in communities across the country.
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This holiday season, it’s gratifying to encounter at least one Victorian-era entertainment that doesn’t end with wassail, Tiny Tim and his crutch.
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Very dark indeed, with a sterling roster of designers all contributing in setting just the right atmosphere to let this Victorian thriller flourish.
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Fingersmith is a richly told page-turner of a novel, and Junge’s edge-of-your seat adaptation faithfully translates its surprise-packed storyline and adds dashes of humor to its sinister atmosphere.
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Full of surprises, twists and turns, the plot is as engaging as the characters are complex.
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